Bharat (India)

In a remote town in Haryana, Bharat, Unified Schools and Sports are helping youth with and without disabilities find confidence and acceptance.
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A Special Olympics India Unified Partner becomes youngest Asian girl to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro
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BBC Features Special Olympics Roller-skating Champion in ‘India Sportswoman of the Year’ series.
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Shrey Kadian, Special Olympics India, recounts how sports helped him become a leader in The Playfield article.
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The iFF (International Floorball Federation), the Indian Football Federation and Special Olympics Bharat (India) found a way to enhance the knowledge base of referees through virtual learning.
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Dr. Veenu Seth was introduced to inclusive health through her volunteer work in nutrition education and health promotion in the Asia-Pacific region. She saw its power among students with disabilities in India. She was amazed by the difference it makes!
On 1 February 2020, 300 remarkable athletes from 20 different countries gathered in Åre and Östersund for the Special Olympics Sweden Invitational Games.
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I have been a volunteer with Special Olympics for more than two years now. As a youth leader, I work closely with the athletes of Special Olympics to advocate for a more inclusive society in India and around the world. The life lessons I’ve learned in the course of this journey have been invaluable.
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I did not speak until I was 7. According to my parents, I spoke only a few words when I was a toddler; but after that, I just stopped talking.
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More than 200 delegates from 12 countries took part in the inaugural Special Olympics International Football Championship held in Chennai, from 3 August to 6 August 2019.
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